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How the new tax law impacts prenuptial agreements

California residents and others who wish to use the current rules regarding alimony payments need to finalize their divorces by the end of 2018. Starting on the first day of 2019, alimony payments are no longer tax deductible. Those who receive them will no longer consider the payments as income. The change in the tax code could present unique challenges to those who have prenuptial or postnuptial agreements.

How parents can get along after divorcing

Parents who get divorced in California or any other state need to work with the child's other parent to raise their son or daughter. While this can be challenging, parents need to work together for the sake of their children. Generally speaking, noncustodial parents should be given an opportunity to have an active role in their son or daughter's life. With some careful planning, it may be possible to create a consistent parenting schedule.

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